Photo via Pinterest Hi, Friends! Despite the chaos that is currently my life (#MovingPains), I felt I needed to take pause and write what has been weighing on me. I’ve recently learned a very valuable lesson, and I wanted to speak on it. Writing definitely helps me cope, so I hope this topic impacts you in some way as well. So, what is this lesson learned? The importance of picking and choosing your battles.
Last Friday I attended the highly-anticipated FounderMade Wellness Summit hosted at Spring Studios in NYC. I was personally very excited to be invited, because so many of the speakers and attendees were people I’ve long admired. From the Founders & CEOs of companies like MindBodyGreen, Wanderlust, and Greatist to the Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Health Magazine, it was quite an explosion of empowering leaders to say the least.
Ah, Valentine’s Day… it’s really just another excuse to treat yourself, amiright? And if you happen to have an S.O…. well, that’s just an added bonus. Even when I was very, very single, I digged Valentine’s Day. Maybe it was because of the copious amounts of dark chocolate staring me down in the aisles or the cheesy $1 decorations I so adore at Target… Either way, I enjoy it and truly believe you can too. Regardless of your relationship status, 2/14 can be a fun opportunity to get down with your girl gang, go on a new adventure or stay in for the night. Here are some of my most favorite ideas!
Hi Beauties! I’m often asked how I got started with blogging and what I do to manage my time. Well, it all boils down to two things: passion & priorities. I started writing about wellness, because it was something I felt very strongly about, and I prioritized my personal growth before anything else. You are your most valuable asset. You must spend time investing in yourself – before a job, a relationship, or any other aspect of life that requires your energy. You can afford to take time to sort out your purpose, what it is you love, and how you’d like to develop your skills. This sets the foundation, and with that said, the job, the relationship, and everything else will fall into place. Read on for how to invest in yourself for a beautiful, successful, and fulfilling life.
Hi my little loves! And hello there new readers! Thanks to a repost from @liketoknow.it, I’m experiencing a growth spike, and I have to say it feels amazing to have my content reach an even wider audience now. I love connecting with each and every one of you, so if you’re new here, let me re-introduce myself:
I moved to NYC four years ago, and I’ve since experienced the good, the bad, and the really freakin’ strange. Though I’m only in my mid-twenties, there are things I wish I knew even just a year earlier. I want to share these lessons and thoughts in hopes that it will inspire you to act. If you’re looking for a sign, this is it. Live life to the fullest, look for the good, but also know how to recognize a red flag.